Posted by Marie Presti on 7/15/2019


30 Crehore Dr, Newton, MA 02462

Newton Lower Falls

Single-Family

$864,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
This Move-in ready 4 bedroom, 2 bath, cape style home with garage and central air is located on a quiet street a short 5 minute walk to Hamilton Park with baseball diamond, ice skating rink, soccer field and a playground built by Newton Lower Falls residents. So much potential with the flat and level 8K sf lot. First floor offers 2 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, dining room, fireplaced living room, mudroom, and sunroom. New carpet on 2nd floor where the master bedroom is located plus an office and 3/4 bath. Lights were replaced in the dining room, kitchen and foyer and several rooms were recently painted. Newton Lower Falls is close to the Charles River and two 18 hole golf courses (Woodland - private, and Leo J. Martin public). Walk to Wellesley Lower Falls shops and restaurants. Easy access to all major routes and about 1/2 mile to Riverside Green Line T Station (D Green Line with direct access to Fenway Park and Downtown Boston). Use it asis or add on to make it your dream home!
Open House
Thursday
July 18 at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Price Reduced a few weeks ago, this move-in ready 4 bedroom, 2 bath, cape style home with garage. First floor offers 2 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, dining room, fireplaced living room, mudroom, and sunroom. Walk to Wellesley Lower Falls shops and restaurants. Easy access to all major routes and about 1/2 mile to Riverside Green Line T Station (D Green Line with direct access to Fenway Park and Downtown Boston).
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Posted by Marie Presti on 7/14/2019

Not all smart home devices are created equal. If you wind up paying a high price for a smart home gadget you do not need, you risk wasting precious time and resources.

Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to make informed smart home device purchases, such as:

1. Consider Your Smart Home Device Needs

The needs of one property owner for a smart home device may vary from those of another.. If you consider how you can use different smart home devices, you can boost the likelihood of making smart home gadget purchases that will serve you well for years to come.

For example, if you find your electricity bills are on the rise, investing in smart light bulbs may prove to be a great choice. These light bulbs can help you optimize your house's electricity consumption and lower your electricity bills.

On the other hand, if you are concerned about home security, a smart house security system may be an excellent investment. This security system can help you simultaneously safeguard your residence against theft and lower your home insurance rates.

2. Perform Comprehensive Research

New smart home devices are becoming available every day, and as such, determining which ones are right for your house sometimes is difficult. If you perform in-depth research into the smart home devices at your disposal, you could find gadgets that you can enjoy day after day.

Conduct online research into assorted smart home devices you will be happy you did. Once you learn about different smart home gadgets, how they work and their benefits, you can choose the right devices for your residence.

Also, it may help to consult with family members and friends as you assess myriad smart home devices. If a family member or friend recently purchased a smart home device that works perfectly, for instance, you may want to consider buying the same gadget for your house.

3. Evaluate Your Budget

As more smart home devices are released, the prices of various smart house gadgets are falling accordingly. Yet it is still crucial to evaluate your budget closely before you make smart home device investments. If you understand exactly how much money you can spend on smart house devices, you can take steps to get the most out of your available finances.

Don't forget to shop around for smart home devices, too. Online and brick-and-mortar retailers occasionally offer sales on smart home gadgets. Thus, if you search far and wide for smart home devices that fall in line with your budget, you could avoid spending too much to acquire top-notch smart house gadgets.

As you get set to invest in smart home devices, it generally pays to be diligent. If you take an informed approach to smart home device shopping, you can find gadgets that will deliver long-lasting benefits. Best of all, you can use assorted smart home devices to lower your electricity costs, secure your residence and much more.




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Posted by Marie Presti on 7/12/2019

This Condo in Watertown, MA recently sold for $1,200,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Marie Presti - The Presti Group, Inc..


67 Chestnut St., Watertown, MA 02472

Condo

$1,099,900
Price
$1,200,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Must see single-family-like townhouse that is less than 5 years old. Open floor plan bathed with full sun, large expansive kitchen with granite and stainless appliances, gas fireplaced dining room with multiple views out to the large grassed and expansive landscaped yard. Exclusive use of the private fenced in backyard (over 5,000 sf of usable yard). Large master suite with huge walk-in closet and master bath with tub and shower. Two additional bedrooms, laundry and family bath on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor offers a large 2nd master bedroom suite including full bath which can be used as an au pair suite, guest bedroom or office. Large finished level is great for a family room, play room, exercise room or all three. There is a 2 car attached garage and parking for 3 additional cars in the driveway. Views of Boston from 3rd floor. Walking distance to Watertown Square & the beautiful walking & bike paths along the Charles River and quick access to the Mass Pike & Storrow Drive.

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Posted by Marie Presti on 7/11/2019

This Single-Family in Needham, MA recently sold for $780,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Marie Presti - The Presti Group, Inc..


35 ROLLING LANE, Needham, MA 02492

Single-Family

$799,000
Price
$780,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Prime Volante Farms location for this beautifully updated expanded Ranch a short walk to the Brand New Sunita Williams Elementary School (replacing the Hillside School). Terrific layout with large open floor plan providing an abundance of natural light. Hardwood floors throughout with expansion potential due to oversized lot. Exterior access from lower level great room to private yard. Finished lower level with option to do 4th bedroom/guest room/au pair suite. Huge deck overlooks large landscaped yard. Quiet Side street with an abundance of privacy. This is the one you have been waiting for.

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Posted by Marie Presti on 7/7/2019

While there's a lot to be said for the value of high-tech home security systems, there are many basic, inexpensive things you can do to safeguard your home from intruders. Keeping your home secure begins with awareness, good communication, and positive habits.

Where does good communication come into play? One example is the need to have a trusted neighbor keep an eye on your home when you're out of town or away on vacation. Even if you've had the foresight to suspend your mail and newspaper deliveries during your absence, things don't always work out as planned!

When you factor in the possibility of human error, unplanned deliveries, or even power outages, it's a good idea to have a friend, relative, or neighbor check on your house when you're gone. Unexpected deliveries could run the gamut from free phonebooks left on your front steps to promotional literature placed on your doorknob or stuffed into your mailbox. And even if you don't subscribe to a newspaper, free sample issues may occasionally be left in your driveway -- often with an invitation to become a subscriber. An alert neighbor can clear away any telltale signs that no one's home. They can also notify you or the local authorities of any suspicious activity on your property.

A good rule of thumb when you're away for more than a few hours is to make your house look as if it's occupied. Even old-school techniques, like hooking up a couple indoor lights to automatic timers, can create the impression someone's home. If you happen to have outside lights on a timer or motion-detector floodlights, then that can help deter nighttime trespassers, too. Solar-powered lights which turn on when the sun goes down are another option.

In spite of good habits, like locking doors and staying in touch with neighbors, windows left open can be an overlooked security breach -- especially if you didn't leave them open, yourself! This can and often does happen in unexpected ways, like when your houseckeeper decides your home smells a little stale and needs an infusion of outside air to freshen things up! Although their intent is typically helpful and good, they may be solving one problem while creating another.

The same thing could happen if you have painters or other contractors doing interior work at your home. You can address that problem by reminding them to close windows when they're done for the day. You can also leave a note to that effect. Just in case they happen to be on the forgetful side, though, it's always a good idea to follow up your reminders with your own security checks! Since other people (especially those who don't live in your house) may not be nearly as security conscious as you, it's always better to err on the side of caution!







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